The ACMA and the telco industry have reached agreement on a new code of conduct for telcos that give consumers greatly increased protection from misleading and confusing mobile plans, poor complaints handling and a host of other unsatisfactory industry practices.
Communications Alliance has released a draft of a new Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code saying it will deliver a host of stronger consumer protections including improved customer service, better information about products and services and improved responses to customer complaints.
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